Djembes

Djembes are the classic, hour-glass shaped west African drums and they come in very wide range of sizes. The smaller ones can be played with the finger tips or with small beaters (one supplied with each small djembe) and in Early Years settings the bigger ones are usually best played on their sides with the player astride. Older children and grown-ups can play the djembe sitting on a stool or chair with the drum resting between the knees.

A big djembe (50cm or 60cm) is also a great instrument for the teacher and perfect for establishing a pulse for group playing.

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